We want you to know how amazing you’ve made Chab Dai’s 2017! Here are just a few highlights of what we’ve accomplished together in the last year:
Chab Dai recently held their annual Learning Week. Learning week is a time for all of Chab Dai to come together and celebrate victories for every department and project. It is also a time for improvements to be made, for thoughts to be expressed, and ideas to be discussed. Like iron sharpening iron, we had the chance to sharpen each other this week!
Ten years ago, I was working for a small child protection consulting company in Canada, writing policy and (slowly) learning how to apply all my theoretical undergraduate knowledge to the real world. I was also learning how to be married to my husband of 3 months, and we were excitedly saving and planning to leave the next year for our first overseas placement.
Recently we dedicated our Chab Dai Library and Resource Centre to Siobhan Miles.
This dedication honors her commitment, perseverance and legacy of the Butterfly research and the voices of survivors who, through this research, are able to have their experiences, hopes, fears and opinions shared not only in Cambodia but around the world...
Human Trafficking is a worldwide crime that particularly is being carried out in South East Asia. With different push factors, Cambodia is one of the main transit countries in South-East Asia. Women, men and children are trafficked and tricked into slavery every day to perform inhumane work in various industries such as fishing, prostitution, forced marriage and factory labor.